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ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education
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ACITYA Journal of Teaching & Education provides scientific article of teaching and education that can be publications of scientific articles, book reviews, original research reports, and reviews in education. This journal consists of three sections. Paper must be submitted according to the section. Section English Language Teaching, English Literature, & English for Specific Purpose Section Curriculum Development, Teacher Education, ICT & Learning Media Section Phisycal Education, Classroom Action Research, & Educational Studies.
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EXPLORING FACTORS CAUSING LISTENING ANXIETY ON GENERATION Z STUDENTS Nurkhamidah, Neni
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education Vol 2 No 2 (2020): Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30650/ajte.v2i2.1386

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Listening is a complex process because listeners do not only listen to the words, but they also interpret speakers' utterances. This complexity and difficulty triggers student’s anxiety. Many researches find out that listening anxiety affect students’ performance. Therefore, study on listening anxiety is crucial to be carried out. This study is conducted to find out the factors causing listening anxiety on generation Z students that raised with technology and have more opportunity to listen English from many sources than the previous generation. This is a qualitative study that is conducted in English Department of STKIP MNC by involving 20 participants from Basic Listening class. The finding shows that there are some factors causing students listening anxiety. The factor is categorized in two sources; students and technological factors. The internal factors trigger students listening anxiety are rate of speech, vocabulary and accent, and concentration. On the other hand, technological factor causing listening anxiety comes from the poor quality of audio sounds from speaker used in the class.
CA CONJUNCTIVE ADVERBS IN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS’ ARTICLES Yanti, Dawi
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education Vol 1 No 2 (2019): ACITYA JOURNAL OF TEACHING & EDUCATION
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30650/ajte.v1i2.238

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ABSTRACT: The main purpose of this study was to investigate conjunctive adverbs in undergraduate students’ articles. This study employed descriptive quantitative design which focused on the corpus analysis. The samples of the study were 73 articles selected from English department students’ articles at State University of Malang in the graduation academic year 2012/2013. After collecting all the articles, the researcher used the data that were classified into four types and the function was described using theory of conjunctive adverbs proposed by Halliday and Hasan; they are additive, adversative, causal and temporal. The instruments used to analyze the data were Ant.conc 3.41w sofware and interview guide. The results showed that there were 20 conjunctive adverbs in articles; causal categories (37%) were the mostly used by students writing, and then followed by adversative categories (26%), temporal categories (22%) and the last were additive categories (15%). The most frequent conjunctive adverbs was Because in causal categories which got 603 times (55.37%). Furthermore, the reason of students to choose conjunctive adverb Because as the most connectors used in the articles was because they think these conjunctive adverbs were the simplest and easiest connectors. Keywords: conjunctive adverbs, articles
TEACHERS' UNDERSTANDING AND PRACTICES IN ASSESSING HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS AT PRIMARY SCHOOLS Driana, Elin; Ernawati, Ernawati
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education Vol 1 No 2 (2019): ACITYA JOURNAL OF TEACHING & EDUCATION
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30650/ajte.v1i2.233

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The aim of this research was to explore primary school teachers’ understanding about higher order thinking skills (HOTS), its implementation in classroom assessments, and the quality of the HOTS assessment instrument constructed by the teachers. This qualitative research that was conducted from August to December 2018 involved 10 public and private primary school teachers in Jakarta and it is surrounding areas. Data about the teachers’ understanding of HOTS and how teachers applied the assessment of HOTS were obtained through semi-structured interviews. Meanwhile, the quality of the HOTS assessment instrument constructed by the teachers was analyzed to assess its alignment with basic competencies which have become the purpose of learning and the revised Bloom’s taxonomy to determine the level of cognitive process in each item. The research results showed that the primary school teachers that participated in this research have not had a comprehensive understanding of HOTS. The majority of the HOTS items that they made were still limited to analysis in the form of multiple choice items. There were also misunderstandings about the HOTS items. In general, the HOTS instrument constructed by the primary school teachers had good content validity, but there was a difference regarding the cognitive process involved in the items the between the perception of the teachers and the perception of the expert. Teachers had the tendency to perceive the items that they have made as HOTS items, although those items were categorized as remembering and understanding. This difference in perception occurred because the teachers did not have a comprehensive understanding of HOTS yet.
A A STUDY OF LISTENING COMPREHENSION PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED BY THE THIRD SEMESTER STUDENTS AT STMIK PRABUMULIH Samosir, Hepnyi
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education Vol 1 No 2 (2019): ACITYA JOURNAL OF TEACHING & EDUCATION
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30650/ajte.v1i2.230

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Even though listening is often categorized as a passive activity, it is not a simple process as it may seem. There is an active process because in it. Listeners must focus on the spoken language and actively draw what message is being delivered. There are some factors that make a listener may need a lot of work to comprehend a spoken language such as colloquialism, accent, intonation, hesitation, word or phrase clusters, and content. Preliminary data gained from pre-observation at STMIK Prabumulih showed that the third semester students found themselves hard to acquire information from spoken language, hence it is necessary to find out the causes so that make an effort to develop their listening skills. The method used is descriptive research design. The result reveals that students encounter various kinds of listening problems in learning comprehension such as unfamiliar words, the length and of the spoken text, speed rate, lack of concentration and pronunciation, and the noises around come from both the background sound of the spoken language recording and environmental sound such as sound from outside classroom. Keywords: listening; comprehension; listening comprehension problems; descriptive
THE IMPLEMENTATION OF RESEARCH-BASED TEACHING METHOD IN THE ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC WRITING COURSE Putri, Marisca Revani
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education Vol 1 No 2 (2019): ACITYA JOURNAL OF TEACHING & EDUCATION
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30650/ajte.v1i2.217

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Writing has been regarded as the most difficult language skills since students in Indonesia were not familiar with this skill in the early and middle education level. On the other hand, in higher education level the students should produce a thesis to complete their study. Facilitating the students to ready for the thesis writing, English for Academic Writing course was delivered to the students. Research-based teaching method was implemented in the course in order to help the students improved their writing skills. The purpose of this research was to investigate the implementation of the research-based teaching method in the English for Academic Writing course. Case study was implemented to reach the conclusion. Thirty seven (37) Global Class students majoring in Information Technology were observed to gain the data. Questionnaire result was also used to support the observation data. The result showed that the students had improvement in writing skills after implementing the research-based teaching-learning method, especially the skills in citation, referencing, quoting, and paraphrasing. Besides, the feedback from the lecturer had a significant role in the implementation of research-based teaching method. This method also could facilitate the students to gain the knowledge and skills related to their field of study, in this case in the information technology field. This method also helped the students to improve and implement the 21st century skills such as critical thinking, collaboration, information literacy, technology literacy, initiative, and productivity.
Reviewing Students’ Vocabulary Mastery By Using Kahoot At Holmesglen Partnering With University of Muhammadiyah Tangerang Almanar, Muhammad Abduh
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education Vol 1 No 2 (2019): ACITYA JOURNAL OF TEACHING & EDUCATION
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30650/ajte.v1i2.212

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The present study investigated the use of Kahoot as the free game-based learning platform which provided the students with ongoing feedback on their learning progresses. Reviewing the students’ vocabulary was the focus of this study. Unlike summative test that tended to have formal assessment, Kahoot provided a learning with engagement and responsive feedback both students and teacher. In term of student’s vocabulary mastery, Kahoot was the learning model of this study. Blended learning was applied technically in this study so that the students’ vocabulary mastery was reviewed and tested through the application of Kahoot accessed by students’ mobile phones. The methodology of this study was based on a questionnaire survey that was conducted to determine the use of Kahoot to the students’ vocabulary mastery. More detail information was also added through observation, field note and interview. The 20 students of UMT (University of Muhammadiyah Tangerang) from Holmesglen English class were the population and samples of this study.
INCREASING STUDENTS’ INTEREST AND RESULTS IN LEARNING BRSL BY UTILIZING GARBAGE AS A LEARNING MEDIA Sunarsih, Eti
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education Vol 1 No 1 (2019): ACITYA JOURNAL OF TEACHING & EDUCATION
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30650/ajte.v1i1.207

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This research aimed at using garbage as learning media in teaching “Bangun Ruang Sisi Lengkung (BRSL)”. It was intended to increase the students’ interests and learning outcomes of Junior High School 1 Dawe Kudus. The method of this research was classroom action research. It consisted of 2 cycles and each cycle consisted of 3 meetings. The results of the cycle 1 was revealed that student learning interest increased from low to rather high with the average learning outcome is 87 (increased 26%), and 85% of students who complete study. The results of the second cycle were interested in learning students increase from rather high to high with average learning outcomes to 95 (increase 9%), and 96% of students completed study. From the result, the researcher concluded that the utilization of garbage as learning media can increase students’ interest and learning outcomes
THE HURDLES OF THE TEACHER IN THE PRACTICE OF TARGET LANGUAGE IN THE INDONESIAN EFL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Rachman, Dzul; Nur, Dedi Rahman; Sunarti, Sunarti; Puspita, Rani Herning
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education Vol 1 No 1 (2019): ACITYA JOURNAL OF TEACHING & EDUCATION
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30650/ajte.v1i1.206

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In teaching learning process, the target language is an important thing which has been noticed by the teacher. The phenomenon about misunderstanding language is not only occurring in daily life with soft conversation but also in the formal education. In education event, when the teacher teaches students in the classroom, they use target language during activities. The aims of this study were to describe the teacher’s hurdles in using target language at first grade of Junior high school and how the teacher delivered instruction by using target language at EFL class. This study used a descriptive qualitative approach. This study used a qualitative description. Five English teachers were involved. The researcher collected the data as interview, and observation. Referring to the finding of the study, based on result of interview found the teachers problems used target language in teaching learning process, such as; the low vocabulary of the students, the ability of English skill of the students, the situation in the classroom did not support the use of target language, the time was not effective. Based on the findings of classroom observation in classroom the teacher delivered used the target language in simple sentence on greeting, giving instruction, asking question, delivering materials and closing.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF RITMIC GYMNASTIC MODEL TO IMPROVE BASIC MOVEMENT AND INTEREST IN RYTMIC GYMNASTIC Jusuf, Jeane Betty Kurnia; Raharja, Andri Tria; Mahardhika, Nanda Alfian
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education Vol 1 No 1 (2019): ACITYA JOURNAL OF TEACHING & EDUCATION
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30650/ajte.v1i1.205

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Physical education learning in elementary schools aimed to improve the students’ growth, skills and agility, increase knowledge and intelligence, and instill positive attitudes in students. This research aimed at producing models of good rhythmic gymnastics and effective for improving basic movements and interest in rhythmic gymnastics. This research applied research and development method (RnD). The steps were: (1) a preliminary study, (2) planning, (3) the design of earlier drafts, (4) validation earlier drafts and revisions, (5) testing small scale, (6) and large-scale testing, and (7) the final product, and (8) the effectiveness of the test. Small-scale and large-scale trials were applied in different school. Instruments were: (1) interview, (2) experts questionnaires, (3) questionnaire for teachers and students, and (4) a rubric effectiveness test assessment. The data was analyzed by using qualitative descriptive. The results were rhythmic gymnastics models for elementary school upscale students packaged in form of a DVD and a guidebook were considered good and effective, therefore the learning model developed fit for usage.
EVALUATIVE STUDY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF LAND SPORTS ACHIEVEMENT IN NATIONAL PARALYMPIC COMMITTEE (NPC) SRAGEN FROM 2011 - 2018 Santoso, Januar Abdilah; Julianur, Julianur; Jusuf, Jeane Betty Kurnia; Mahardhika, Nanda Alfian
Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education Vol 1 No 1 (2019): ACITYA JOURNAL OF TEACHING & EDUCATION
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30650/ajte.v1i1.204

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The purpose of this study was to find out: (1) the level of community needs for achievement coaching. (2) environmental support. (3) characteristics of athletes. (4) the characteristics of the trainer. (5) characteristics of the organizing organization. (6) the characteristics of the program and the basic strategy of NPC archery sports achievement development. (7) characteristics of the training program. (8) characteristics of facilities and infrastructure. (9) funding characteristics. (10) selection of athletes and coaches. (11) exercise. (12) exercise evaluation. (13) organizing coaching. (14) achievements of the archipelago NPC athletes.This research is a quantitative-qualitative descriptive study, using two approaches namely qualitative and quantitative approaches. Observation, document analysis and interviews are methods used to collect qualitative data, while to obtain quantitative data using the CIPP method.The results of this study are the high needs of disabled people for the achievements of Sragen NPC. The support from the LGs to Sragen NPC is quite high by providing land and building grants for secretarial offices and giving the same bonus as normal athletes. NPC archery athletes are in good condition seen in terms of physical, mental and highly motivated. The trainer has fulfilled the specified qualifications and has a qualified experience, except that he cannot focus on training because his status is also a coach and athlete. For the organizational structure of Sragen NPC it is well structured. Organizations have programs and strategies to achieve existing goals by coordinating with relevant agencies to get HR support both athletes and coaches, funding, sarpras, and prioritizing potential athletes on certain numbers. The training program has been implemented by the coach for his athletes, unfortunately there are no written documents. The training infrastructure is in Diponegoro Gor and training facilities such as bow and arrow are private property. NPC funding was obtained from KONI from the Sragen regency budget. Recruitment is in accordance with the procedures for implementing the center, because there is selection in recruiting athletes and coaches. The exercise of the trainer provides an exercise program that emphasizes the skills of each athlete, and pays attention to the physical, technical and mental development of the athlete but the trainer makes the training program adjust the situation and the training program has not been recorded. Evaluation is carried out every exercise by the trainer and colleagues verbally and not yet recorded. The State of the Organization of NPC Sragen runs well and Every HR in the Organizational Structure carries out its duties according to the job description of each.

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